By Miguel Conner
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For numerous years, Miguel Conner has engaged the main admired writers and students on Gnosticism and early Christianity on Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio. those interviews with thirteen top students symbolize one of the simplest ways to get to grasp historic Gnosticism, the stream that has encouraged Dan Brown, Philip Pullman, Philip ok. Dick and The Matrix video clips. learn what the simplest minds need to say concerning the Gnostic sects, the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Judas, Mary Magdalene, heresy, the origins of Gnosticism, and the unique teachings of Jesus.
Elaine Pagels, Marvin Meyer, Bart Ehrman, Bruce Chilton, Stevan Davies, David Fideler, Birger Pearson, John Turner, Einar Thomassen, Jason BeDuhn, April DeConick, Karen King, Jane Schaberg.
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Bruce Chilton, writer of how of Jesus and Rabbi Paul
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Richard Smoley, writer of Forbidden religion, The cube video game of Shiva, and internal Christianity
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Stephan Hoeller, writer of Gnosticism: New mild at the historic culture of internal realizing and Jung and the misplaced Gospels
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Sean Martin, writer of The Gnostics: the 1st Christian Heretics, The Cathars, and The Knights Templar
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Marvin Meyer, writer of The Gospel of Thomas: The Hidden Sayings of Jesus, The Gospels of Mary
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April D. DeConick, writer of The 13th Apostle